The financial crisis of Revolt meant they were reduced to only two pages for several months in 1912, and still they manage more revolution than whole books from their ‘constructivist’ foils.
Revolt (San Francisco). Vol. 2 No. 32. February 3, 1912.
Revolt ‘The Voice Of The Militant Worker’ was a short-lived revolutionary weekly newspaper published by Left Wingers in the Socialist Party in 1911 and 1912 and closely associated with Tom Mooney. The legendary activists and political prisoner Thomas J. Mooney had recently left the I.W.W. and settled in the Bay. He would join with the SP Left in the Bay Area, like Austin Lewis, William McDevitt, Nathan Greist, and Cloudseley Johns to produce The Revolt. The paper ran around 1500 copies weekly, but financial problems ended its run after one year. Mooney was also embroiled in constant legal battles for his role in the Pacific Gas and Electric Strike of the time. The paper epitomizes the revolutionary Left of the SP before World War One with its mix of Marxist orthodoxy, industrial unionism, and counter-cultural attitude. To that it adds some of the best writers in the movement; it deserved a much longer run.
PDF of full issue: https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/revolt/v2n32-x-feb-03-1912-appeal-for-funds-Revolt.pdf